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MaryAnne Muglia

MaryAnne Muglia is a singer, arranger, composer, and educator from Mesa, Arizona. Her love for and understanding of harmony, particularly in vocal contexts, blossomed in her childhood and has only deepened over time. MaryAnne's versatility shines through her adeptness in both contemporary and classical choral genres. With a keen musical ear, diverse taste, and distinctive vocal style, she excels as a singer, arranger, director, and musician.


MaryAnne's involvement in the contemporary a cappella scene has significantly enriched her artistic journey as an arranger, producer, and vocalist. As a member of the NAU Axecientals and Northern Arizona Unaccompanied, she and her groups achieved notable success in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, earning the 'Outstanding Arrangement' award on three separate occasions, and advancing to semifinals three years in a row. 


Since graduating college, she has produced and recorded an EP, and three full length albums for projects she's involved in: a cappella groups "Red Letter Daze", "Unaccompanied", and folk band “Ezekiel”. 


Currently, MaryAnne is a valued member of the vocal group, Red Letter Daze, with dedicated following of over 200k on TikTok. Her contributions to the group span vocal performance and arrangements. Red Letter Daze has earned fourteen Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards (CARAs) nominations since its inception.


In the realm of arranging and composing, MaryAnne is highly sought after, catering to singers at high school, collegiate, and professional levels. Her works are published by esteemed platforms such as Alfred, Graphite Publishing, and self-published through Sheet Music Plus, where she has sold over 15,000 copies of her arrangements and compositions. 


As a dedicated educator, MaryAnne directs A Cappella and Vocal Jazz at Chandler Gilbert Community College and leads the VocaSol Community Choir.She also conducts clinics for choirs across the country, both virtually and in person. Additionally, she works at A Cappella Academy, a summer program founded by Ben Bram, Robert Dietz, and Avi Kaplan.

Currently pursuing a Master of Music in Jazz Performance, MaryAnne remains committed to nurturing musical talent and sharing her passion for music education with singers worldwide.

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